Space for Sale

Gargouille is selling its back pages as advertising space, and we are offering lucky punters a choice of two sized spreads:

  • Full-page – 10cm x 17cm
  • Half-page – 10cm x 8.5cm

How to Tell if You’re a Good Match for Gargouille

It’s very important to us that every word and image that appears on the pages of Gargouille is in some way aligned with our overall aesthetic, our emphasis on literature, and our position within Melbourne’s arts and culture scene. For example, our advertising space would be perfect for someone promoting their script-writing classes, or, for someone opening a café in Melbourne and wanting caffeine-fiend writers to know. Of course, if you want to promote a new accounting system, Gargouille may not be the right journal for you, but we do wish you well with that pursuit. If you seek a deeper understanding of Gargouille, please explore our website or purchase an issue.


  • Half-page:
    • $30 for Subscribers
    • $50 for Non-subscribers
  • Full-page:
    • $60 for Subscribers
    • $100 for Non-subscribers

What Gargouille Needs from You

Your advertisement must be formatted as an electronic, high-resolution, black-and-white document. The document must be legible when re-sized to fit the particular advertising space purchased. See above for page size boundaries.

The Next Step

If you have read all of the above and are keen to have your advertisement featured in Gargouille, then shoot us an email at Let us know a bit about your business, what appears on your advertisement, your subscriber status and the size of the page you fancy. If we’re keen to join forces, we’ll email you our Advertising Agreement that is to be signed and returned. All advertisers receive a free copy of the issue in which their ad appears.

Our Geometric Gargoyle has arrived.

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Issue 3, in situ

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Detail , Issue 2


Detail, Issue 2


Issue 2

Cover detail

Issue 1

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